The science behind sound healing
Updated: Mar 31, 2022
Sound Healing is one of the oldest forms of healing known to man. We are now realizing how powerful sound can be when used for healing. 'Art of Spanda™' makes use of the principles of resonance, entrainment and intention, the healing power of the voice, harmonics and musical intervals, chant and rhythm.
When we sing we resonate with every cell in our body. Resonance therapy offers us all the possibility of a drug-free way of treating pain and illness as well as a way of tuning ourselves to the Divine.
Science is currently acknowledging how amazing sound can be when utilized for healing.
Modern medicine now uses sound waves to break up kidney- and gallstones in the body and we can literally structure stem cells to grow into the geometric pattern of heart tissue.
Research finds more and more evidence on how sound affects our bodies on the levels of cells. Our adult bodies consist of up to 60% of water, children even more. Different organs hold different amounts of water. For example, the brain and heart are composed of 73% water, and the lungs are about 83% water, even our bones are 31% watery. Everyone who has put a glass of water next to a speaker knows what effect sound has on it.
Healing with sound means utilizing the principles of resonance, entrainment and the setting of intentions, the power of using the sound of the voice, rhythm and harmonics, solfege and chanting.
Those of us trained in these ancient methods use our voice, traditional Tibetan and crystal singing bowls, gongs, specially tuned sound forks, percussion and several different kinds of stringed and breath controlled instruments like flutes.